The 28-year-old West Ham skipper is 'truly humbled.'
Indeed, Noble will play the match in honour of his long career with the Hammers, with a number of club icons taking part in the event.
It was recently announced that tickets have sold out for the testimonial and the skipper has thanked supporters on Twitter.
On Friday evening, the 28-year-old took to social media saying he is humbled and posting the following message to fans...
The Hammers welcome Sam Allardyce back to Upton Park on Saturday afternoon, with the Sunderland boss looking to take three points away from his old club.
Confidence will be high at West Ham after their 5-1 win at Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup but the Black Cats also have momentum on their side following recent results.
Before their weekend off, Sunderland beat Manchester United 2-1.